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ELEVEN Cornish Businesses that are tantalizing our taste buds with home delivery during Isolation

Check out the below list… hopefully it gives you a bit of inspiration on where you can stock up on some delicious local Cornish produce. During times like this it’s important to support local businesses. We want to say a massive thankyou to all the businesses working so hard in Cornwall making sure that individuals who are isolating get the necessities they need. Without all your help this time would be even more difficult than it already is.

If you have checked out our Facebook Page, then you will know that we rave about TiramisUGO and so do many other people in Cornwall.  They are famously known for their delicious tiramisu and we can clarify that for you- it is out of this world. The recipe combines the best of both worlds with Italian Coffee; Mascarpone Cheese, Vicenzi Savoiardi and Cornish eggs from St Ewe. They are offering a home delivery service that covers Truro to Penzance and Truro to Wadebridge. Don’t be under the misconception that this is a takeaway service, TiramisUGO has taken it a level up and is offering a ready meal service that comes in 3 items; the pasta, a mix of grissini and the tiramisu. If you’re looking to indulge this lockdown or spice up your week then TiramisUGO is the way to go! Date night – they’ve got you covered!


Baker Tom
If you’re not already familiar with Baker Tom, then let us enlighten you! Baker Tom blessed Cornwall 10 years ago when he baked a couple of fresh loaves and they all sold out in his local farm shop. The rest was history. Now with two cafes and five shops Baker Tom’s success is something to marvel at. Whilst you may not be able to go out to one of his shops or cafes and purchase a scrummy loaf, Baker Tom has two other options for you. One of which is a mobile bread van which focuses “on small communities who may not have access to the shop for fresh bread” the other of which is a freshly baked bread box delivered to your door!


Tre Pol & Pen is a hidden gem nestled on a hill in Lezant. They have a wide variety of produce available from freshly baked artisan bread to local cheeses, finest cuts of red ruby beef and everything in between. They are offering a home delivery service to customers within a 5 mile radius of the shop for orders over £20.00 during this outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19). If that doesn’t work for you then they are also offering a call and collect from the store or car park service for your shopping.


A2B Taxis
The whole team at A2B taxis are doing their upmost to support those in the community who are unable to go out food shopping. They are offering a food collection services from your favourite store right to your door!


The Old Garage Wine & Deli
We may all be isolating but that doesn’t mean we don’t need our weekly therapy…wine! For you wine lovers out there don’t despair the Old Garage Wine and Deli is offering a home delivery service of your favourite bottles right to your door! If you’re not so crazy about Chardonnay, then check out their delicatessen section. They are offering home delivery on this too so there is something for everyone!


Lobbs Farm Shop
During these uncertain times Lobbs Farm Shop are doing their best to satisfy everyone. They have in place several services to keep everyone safe, from home delivery to personalised shopping. At Lobbs they are very aware of the struggles people will be facing at this time and that is why they encourage individuals to make use of their homemade frozen ready meals. Whether you have a sweet or a savoury tooth you are sure to find a frozen meal that you love!


Fowey Farm Shop
Fowey Farm Shop has mouth-watering food that is sure to get your taste buds tingling! They are also offering a milk round for all of those who can’t get to the shop. Not only that but their milk will be delivered in glass bottles which is far better for the environment, reducing their plastic waste. You can check out their Facebook page for updates on their delivery services and stock they have coming in!


Hilltop Farmshop
Hilltop Farm shop have made the decision for the health and safety of its customers and employees to stop store browsing and takeaway. They are however offering an order and collect service and a home delivery service. Due to such high demand their home delivery slots are limited but if you get one then it is well worth it!


Horizon Farm Shop
Horizon farm shop are working extremely hard to stock their shelves. They have a variety of products available and they even have veg and flower plants to brighten up your garden! Perfect for those of you who live in or around Liskard! They offer a home delivery service which is also very popular. Check out their Facebook page for more information.


St Buryan Farm Shop
St Buryan Farm shop is a family run shop near St Buryan. They are doing everything they can to help the people of Cornwall in this time of need. You have two options, either opt for their click and collect service which you can pick up in their store car park or chose to have their home delivery service. They have a large product list for you to choose from with a range of fruit and veg, fresh meats, dried goods and so much more!


Philleigh Way Cookery School
Offering meal kits… bit like Hello Fresh, but Cornish !
Prepped, packed and ready to be delivered for you to cook in your kitchen!
Meal kits to feed two people (portioned out ingredients and recipe cards), plus optional extras such as wine, coffee, eggs and DIY bread) delivered to your door. Choose two, four or six meal options for delivery once each week (£12, £22 and £32 respectively). They change the menu options every two to three weeks to offer some variety. 



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Things to do in Cornwall March 2020

March marks the start of spring which is very exciting (considering the atrocious weather that Cornwall has recently been hit with we deserve some good weather!). The days are starting to get a little bit longer and soon everything will start to feel a bit brighter. If you’re wanting to know what to get up to in Cornwall this March, then keep reading. We’ve got something that will interest everybody!

St Piran’s Day- Thursday 5th March

St Piran’s day falls on Thursday the 5th March this year and it is one of the most important days for Cornwall in the whole year! If you didn’t already know St Piran is the Patron Saint of Cornwall and all over Cornwall events will be taking place to celebrate it. Below are a few links of some of the places that will be having St Piran’s day celebrations.

World book day at Trerice- Saturday 7th March- Sunday 8th March

What better way to spend world book day then at Trerice surrounded by history and beautiful architecture at the national trust property in Newquay. A variety of activities will be taking place over the weekend as well as storytelling. For more information you can look at their website at:

person reading book

Newquay Beach Clean-up- Saturday 14th March

For those of you that are passionate about our beautiful Cornwall and helping to preserve it, the monthly beach clean-up on Newquay beach might be the place for you. Held on the 14th March between 12:00 and 14:00 you can chat, walk and even have some cake. This is suitable for children too so a great activity for families!

Location: Meet on Newquay beach by the flag.

body of water beside green grass field

Looe Blues Rock and Jazz Festival- Friday 20th March until Sunday 22nd March

After the success of the blues rock and jazz festival that took place In November 2019, it’s back this March with an amazing line up. Not only will there be a great selection of bands but there will also be a wide variety of food and drink that you can enjoy. Tickets are now on sale and prices range from £35 to £195.

For more information click the link:

The Cornish Gin & Drinks Festival at The Alverton- March 21st

For all our gin lovers out there, we have found the perfect event for you! The Alverton in Truro will be hosting The Cornish Gin & Drinks festival. You can enjoy masterclasses, meet the gin makers and most excitingly, you get to sample some of the very best Cornish gin. Not only that but you will be entertained with music and a live performance from Falmouth Soul Sensation.

Price: Tickets cost £15

Where: The Alverton Hotel

Tregolls Road



When: Sat, 21 March 2020

12:00 – 23:30 GMT

For more information click the link:

Falmouth Spring Festival & Flower Show 19th-29th March

The Falmouth Spring festival kicks off on the 19th of March with their ‘paint the town yellow’ day. From then till the 27Th March they have a variety of events on that is fun for the whole family. The festive season closes with Falmouth Spring Flower show. It is holding its 110th display which makes it one of Cornwall’s oldest flower shows. Come and admire the beautiful flower displays, which make for a very pleasurable day out.

You can find more information on their Facebook page!

Charity Speed-Dating Walk -Sunday 8th March 2020

For all you singletons out there who want to do their bit for charity, what better way to do it then take part in a charity speed walk event. The walk is for individuals aged 45-60 but don’t worry, this is a short leisurely four mile walk where you can enjoy the beautiful views of Carn Brea.

Where: Meet at Penventon Hotel Car Park

What time: meet at 10:45 the walk will begin at 11

Price; £3 per person. The money goes towards Cornwall air ambulance

Contact donna at to book your ticket as there must be an equal ratio of males to females.

We hope you enjoyed reading our blog and that it inspired you to go out and do something fun this March. Don’t forget to tag us in any photos of things you get up to and use the hashtag #harcourtwhiteproperty, as we would love to see!

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Things to do in Cornwall – June 2019


Polperro Festival
Starting 15th June till 22nd June
Polperro Festival celebrates the coming of summer. It’s a week long festival including live music, arts and crafts fair, a comedy night, the lighting of the solstice bonfire, and the colourful village carnival and mock mayor choosing ceremony!
You can park in the large car park at the top of the village and walk down. There is a tram you can catch too if you can’t walk it.
Check out details at:


The Big Doggy Day Out Summer Festival
23rd and 24th June 2019
Adults £7 per day (under 16’s free)
Royal Cornwall Showground Wadebridge
This is a fun event for everyone, but especially for dogs. There will be agility and hoopers, canine olympics, flyball displays and have-a-go with 4×4 Flyball Club, plus grooming demos from Pampered Pooches, as well as talks and workshops too.
There will be lots to explore, like live music, street food and more than 25 exhibitors from around the south west.
Have a look at the details here:


Dachshund Pop Up Café – Truro
23rd June 2019
To be held at Zafiros Bar and Restaurant Truro
If you love Dachshunds then you’re gunna love this pop-up café!
Go along and check it out or take your wee sausage dog along to make some new friends. AND doggies get a free puppuccino !!
Don’t forget to dress your pup up… there will be a competition for best dressed.
For more details click here:

Tarquin’s Cornish Gin Experience
23rd, 27th, 29th or 30th June 2019
Different time slots to choose from
Approx £15 per person
Southwestern Distillery, Higher Trevibban Farm, Wadebridge, PL27 7SH
Gin is SO popular at the moment… and we couldn’t be prouder of one of our most popular Cornish gins, Tarquin’s
They only recently started doing tours, and they are popular! So if you fancy a nosey round the distillery, hearing all about their success and tasting the product click the link below to book on.
There is parking at the Distillery
See here for more details:


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Things to do in Cornwall – June 2018


Bootcamp at Stithians Lake
Starting 11th June 2018
Every Monday at 6pm till 7:30pm
You can pay per session too
Looking to get more active?… this could be for you!
You get to paddle boarding alongside function fitness.
Stithians Lake is so beautiful, and who doesn’t love a bit of paddle boarding?
Run by Emily Willoughby Personal Training
She is famous for her Crossfit training and coaching, so rest assured you’ll get a good workout as well as a fab view of the lake!
Side note, if you’re a working professional looking to get more fitness in your life we highly recommend Emily as a personal trainer – she will work with you to reach your fitness goals. Get in contact with her to discuss what you want and she’ll make it happen!
Check out details at: Emily Willoughby Personal Training

Dinner and Jazz evening
15th June 2018
£32 pp booking essential
Held at Trerice Manor, come and experience a jazz evening with music and dinner in the barn restaurant. Listen to the cool sounds of a local jazz quartet whilst enjoying a delicious two course meal followed by coffee and mints.
Check out details at: National Trust – Trerice House and Garden

Golowan Festival
15th June 2018 – 24th June 2018
Visit Penzance to celebrate the midsummer festival of Golowan – the Feast of St John.
Spread over a few days, there will be the election of the Mock Mayor, a band, serpent dancing, street entertainment, a fair, parade and a firework display.
Mazey Day is on Saturday 23rd June and starts at 11am
Check out the timetable here:…/18_159_Golowan_Festival_20…
See more details here: Golowan Festival Official Page

Murdoch Day
16th June 2018
10am till late afternoon
Located in Redruth town centre, this day celebrates inventor William Murdoch, who was the first to use gas lights indoors at his home in Cross Street.
On the day you’ll see the parade, dancing, steam engines, vintage and classic cars, and markets.
For more information and to see where the different events take place check out:

Murder Mystery Dinner
22nd June 2018
Arrive at 6:30pm
£35 pp – book in advance
Includes a 3 course meal.
Grab a friend or 3 and head to Bodmin Jail to try and solve a murder mystery!
Watch and listen as the professionally staged murder plot unfolds before your very eyes.
You get to question the cast, view the murder scene and choose your suspect.
Check out the details here: Bodmin Jail

Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival
22nd June 2018 – 24th June 2018
This festival is a definite ‘must visit’! It’s the largest free nautical music and song festival anywhere!
There is lots to see and experience at different locations throughout Falmouth.
This year there are 64 groups from all over; UK, Brittany, Holland and Ireland, who will perform their unique take on songs and shanties.
Click this link for the list of venues:
For more information check out: Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival

Mevagissey Feast Week
24th June 2018 – 30th June 2018
Free (donations are welcomed)
Come celebrate the ‘Feast of St Peter’ festival.
This is a week of celebrations, and has been celebrated in Mevagissey since 1754
You can help support this event by purchasing the programme of events here:…/meva-feast-week-2018-…
See here for more info: Mevagissey Feast Week
Raze The Roof
Located in Penryn
Must get tickets in advance for this event – buy online or phone them.
When you think of Raze the Roof you may think of a place to take the kids to burn off some energy… but did you know they do adult nights?
The ‘Adultz Night’ happens on the first Saturday of every month.
You get unlimited access to the mega play frame and laser storm, laser tag games, mega sound disco system and blue laser light show!
And there is a fully licensed bar, from 8pm till 1am.
Have a look here for more details: Raze the Roof indoor play, laser tag & party venue

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Things to do in Cornwall – May 2018


The Minack Theatre
1st May 2018 – 1st June 2018
Now that the warmer weather is here, and the evenings are lighter, why not check out Minack Theatre?
Programmes consist of drama, musicals, opera in summer, comedy and story-telling.
Don’t forget to check the weather forecast, as you’ll most likely be sitting outside… and the view is to die for!
See more details here: The Minack Theatre

Helston Flora Day
8th May 2018
From 7am
Head to Helston to see dance, the stalls, Cornish crafts, food and fairground.
The ‘Furry Dance’ commences at midday – a must see!
For more information check out: Helston Flora Day 2018

St Ives Food & Drink Festival
11th, 12th and 13th May 2018
Porthminster Beach in St Ives
Day pass £3 pp. Day and night pass £5 pp. Weekend pass £12 pp
Experience all the different artisan foods on offer, water sports activities, live music and enjoy a drink or 3 in the sun (hopefully!).
Plus there are lots of local products on the stands, including wine, cider, beer, chocolate, cheese, meat, chutneys and more!
See here for more info: St Ives Food and Drink Festival
60’s Murder Mystery
18th May 2018
7:30pm – 10pm
£45 pp (booking essential)
Trerice – National Trust property located near Newquay
Go back in time to the swinging sixties and take part in a 60’s murder mystery at Trerice.
Enjoy a three course dinner where you’ll meet a host of suspicious characters. There’ll be peace, love and murder as the evening unfolds… but who did it?!
Have a look here for more details and tickets: National Trust – Trerice House and Garden
Fowey Festival of Art & Literature
11th May to 19th May 2018
Experience a diverse range of authors, speakers, musicians and artists at this festival.
It starts on Friday 11th May with a concert by Wildwood Kin, and closes with rock band The Rails on Saturday 19th May.
For more information and tickets check out: The Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature.
Royal Afternoon Tea at The Headland Hotel
19th May 2018
Starts 11:30am – 5pm
£24.50 pp
Celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at The Headland Hotel.
Arrive on the red carpet, then take your seat in the ballroom to watch the ceremony on the large screen with a glass of bubbly! Then enjoy a delicious afternoon tea.
Check out the details here: The Headland Hotel and Spa
Mini Beer Festival at The Working Boat
25th May to 27th May 2018
This is the first ever beer festival at The Working Boat! Head along to support them.
There will be local ales, ciders and craft beers, with a view across Falmouth harbour.
Plus home-made pizzas and barbecue.
Check out details at: The Working Boat
Fal River Festival 2018
25th May to 3rd June 2018
This 10 day celebration is a not-for-profit community festival, offering something for everyone! Over 100 events, varying from art and music, food, theatre, film, adventure and more!
Taking place at different locations around the Fal River.
Check out details at: Fal River Festival
Potluck Cornwall
18th May and 30th May 2018
See below link for different event details and ticket prices
If you’re a foodie you need to be following Potluck Cornwall !!
They do fantastic foodie events on a regular basis… and it’s a lovely way to meet new people too!
Check out details at: Potluck Cornwall

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Things to do in Cornwall – April 2018


Eureka Escape
Open 11.30am – 10pm Monday to Thursday and 10am – 10pm Friday to Sunday – must book in advance
Prices start at £40 for two people (more people = more discount!)
We checked out Eureka Escape Room in Truro this week – we tried the Death By Prescription room – was a challenge and really got us thinking. It was great fun, solving puzzles and combinations to get us out the other side; We even beat the clock – just! Highly recommended for a bit of fun.
See more details here: Eureka Escape Cornwall

Wadebridge Good Food & Craft Day
2nd April 2018
10am till 4pm
This is their 3rd year! Located in the centre of the town, you’ll find artisan food producers offering tasty food, and fab local crafts. Plus there will be music too.
For more information check out: Wadebridge Good Food & Craft Market

Vegan Spring Festival
7th April 2018
11am till 5pm
FREE entry – held at Mount Pleasant Ecological Park in Porthtowan.
Lots to see, tasty food, plus there will be talks, workshops, children’s activities and an acoustic open mike! Doggy friendly too :
For more information see Cornwall Vegan Festival Cornwall Vegan Events
or click on the below link:

Potluck Cornwall
11th April, 21st April and 27th April 2018
See below link for event details and ticket prices
If you’re a foodie you need to be following Potluck Cornwall !!
They do fantastic foodie events on a regular basis… and it’s a lovely way to meet new people too!
Check out details at: Potluck Cornwall

St Ives Gin & Prosecco Festival
21st April 2018
7pm till 11pm – located at the Guildhall in St Ives
Tickets are £13 + booking fee pp
Boutique type event – come and enjoy artisan gin and prosecco, garden party style!
There will be live music from Scarlet Swing.
Plus you get a free branded gin glass and pen to take home!
For more information check out Gin & Prosecco Festivals

Porthleven Food Festival
20th April 2018 – 22nd April 2018
10am till 12am
Located in Porthleven harbour – with over 90 food and craft stalls there is plenty to see, do and taste!
There is a Chef’s Theatre running on both days, and award-winning chefs will make appearances at the festival.
For more information look at: Porthleven Food Festival

Tregothnan – Charity Garden Opening
21st and 22nd April 2018
Tickets are £10 pp – all proceeds go to charity (main charity this year is Merlin MS Centre)
10am till 5pm – held at the Tregothnan Estate
This is the only time to view the gardens, as they’re not normally open to the public.
We went last year and we were impressed! The gardens are beautiful, lots of different plants and colours. They have a few different food options – we had a very tasty burger, made fresh!
For more information check out the details here:
Tregothnan Gardens Charity Open Day’s For Merlin

Ponsanooth Brewing Collective Beer Festival
27th till 29th April 2018
12pm till 11pm
Did you know that Ponsanooth has 3 breweries?!
Woodman’s Wild Ale Dynamite Valley Brewing Co. Treen’s Brewery
Come celebrate with them at the Beer Festival – you’ll have 12 cask ales plus ciders to choose from, and tasty food too (available at lunch time and evening)
Check out the below link for more information

The Old Bakery – Comedy Cupboard
28th April 2018
Tickets are between £12 / £15
Cabaret seating, live music and bar – it’s going to be a good night!
There are 2 comedy acts, doing stand-up… so get booking :
Check out Old Bakery Studios for more information

Camborne Trevithick Day
28th April 2018
10am till 5pm
This event celebrates the engineering and mining history of the Camborne area, and is dedicated to Richard Trevithick, the inventor of Road and Railway Locomotives.
A great day to experience – plenty of stalls, you’ll see traditional dance acts, plus ‘The Steam Parade’ showcasing some of the largest variety of steam engines, in an urban environment, in the world.
Check out Trevithick Day for more information

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Things to do in Cornwall – March 2018


Cornwall Ukulele Festival
3rd March 2018
£3 per adult, free entry for accompanied children under 12
Held at Heartlands in Pool
There will be lots of Ukulele enthusiasts, plus workshops, jams, performances and more!
Check out Heartlands Cornwall for more information

St Piran’s Festival
3rd March 2018 – 5th March 2018
10am to 3pm
Parade in Redruth – kicks off around 12pm, there will be choirs, street entertainment, stalls and two performances of a new play about St Piran.
You can also attend other parades in Newquay, Perranporth, Bodmin, Falmouth, Truro and Looe.
For more information check out the below:
St Pirans Day Celebrations in Redruth.
Truro St Piran’s Day Parade

Potluck Cornwall
9th March, 14th March and 16th March 2018
See below link for event details and ticket prices
If you’re a foodie you need to be following Potluck Cornwall !!
They do fantastic foodie events on a regular basis… and it’s a lovely way to meet new people too!
Check out details at: Potluck Cornwall

St Mawes Hotel – Hidden Cinema
Did you know St Mawes Hotel had a cinema?… now you do!
Looking for a Friday Date Night? For £29pp you get dinner and movie
Or why not go on a Tuesday Night? It’s £15pp and popcorn is included.
Check out their website for what movies are showing and times:

International Mining Games
29th March 2018 – 1st April 2018
Camborne School of Mines is hosting the 40th International Mining Games at the King Edward Mine in Camborne.
Come and see traditional mining skills up close and personal!
See 50 student teams from mining schools across the world complete in seven events of traditional mining methods.
For more information check out the details here:

St Austell Brewery Band Nights
Through to the 8th June 2018
£5 for each event
A live music event every month!
Full first half 2018 schedule:
March 9th – Nervosa
April 13th – Josh Curnow
May 18th – Honey supported by Little Clone Humans and Sunbruise
June 8th – Dazed and Confused
See event details here:

Man Engine
31st March 2018
Geevor Tin Mine
The Colossal Engineering Miracle Rises Again !!
Tickets between £6 – £15 (check link below for more details)
They have a child friendly show at 12pm till 3:30pm
And another show at 6:30 pm till 10pm
The evening show sounds amazing !
The Man Engine

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Things to do in Cornwall – February 2018


Amazing fun to be had here !!
Pool industrial estate, between Redruth and Camborne
Around £10 per hour pp
Arrive 30 minutes before
Why not go as a group and challenge each other at: Free Jump, Dodgeball, Foam Pit, Air Bag, Walk the Wall and more!
Check out more on their Facebook: Jump 4

National Trust
Free entry and parking for members. Prices for non-members vary at the various sites.
The National Trust always have lots of places to visit, walks to explore and things to learn!
Check out their Facebook: National Trust

Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm
Between Truro and Newquay
Look around the Cyder Farm for free (free parking too)
Check out the Cyder process, do a tasting and they have some farm animals too.
They also do a Cornish Sunday Roast, using ingredients from the farm, served throughout February.
Check out their Facebook: Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm

Geevor Tim Mine
Near Penzance
£14.60 (includes underground tour!)
Closed Saturdays. Tours start at 11am, 1pm and 3pm
It’s a Cornish Mining World Heritage Site – the largest preserved mine site in the country.
Walk around a real 18th century tin mine. See the Hard Rock Museum. Explore the different buildings and machinery… very cool!
Check out their Facebook:

St Austell Brewery Band Nights
16th February 2018 – 8th June 2018
£5 for each event
A live music event every month!
Starting with Queen tribute act the Good Old Fashioned Lover Boys on the 16th of February.
Full first half 2018 schedule:
March 9th – Nervosa
April 13th – Josh Curnow
May 18th – Honey supported by Little Clone Humans and Sunbruise
June 8th – Dazed and Confused
Check out more info on their Facebook: @StAustellBreweryVisitorCentre

Cornish Pasty Week
25th Feb 2018 – 3rd March 2018
This is the first every Cornish Pasty Week!
A whole week of celebrations, including the ‘Oggy Oscars’ the seventh-annual World Pasty Championships, held on Saturday 3rd March at Eden Project.
For more details check out: The Cornish Pasty Association

Bodmin Jail – Quiz Night
25th February 2018
£2 cash payment pp – goes into the pot and creates the quiz prize fund
Starts at 8pm
Teams of no more than 6 people – must book team places in advance either online or by phone.
Check out their Facebook for more details: Bodmin Jail

Cornish Seal Sanctuary
29th January 2018 – 28th February 2018
Get your 12 month local’s pass for £12 !
Check out their Facebook for more details: Cornish Seal Sanctuary (OFFICIAL)

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Things to do in Cornwall – January 2018


Cornish Seal Sanctuary
Open daily. Dogs on leads welcome
Adults £15.50 (save 30% if you book online)
From September till February is a good time to visit as you’re likely to see the seal pups!
Check out their Facebook for more details: @officialcornishsealsanctuary

Winter Foraging Courses
See the website for dates, costs etc.
Half day courses available too.
Great walks, tips, recipes, nutritional information, plant identification etc.
Check out their Facebook for more details: @wildfoodforaging

Eden Project – Faeries, Fables and Folklore
13th and 14th January 2018
Standard Eden Project admission
Performance of celebrating the wildlife and faerie myths of Cornwall. Plus traditional Cornish music from The Countrymen; folk rock and a cappella.
Check out their Facebook for more details:

Bodmin Jail – Paranormal Conference
26th January 2018
£90 per person
Join the Paranormal Team and Resident Medium for an evening of Bodmin Jail Paranormal.
Includes Burns Night menu, After Dark Experience of the jail until 5am.
Check out their Facebook for more details:

Bodmin Jail do a Scary Cinema Nights !!
9pm till 1am (check website to confirm times)
Around £20 per person. Over 18’s only.
Playing ‘Lights Out’ on 11th January, ‘Grave Encounters 2’ on 18th January and ‘Saw’ on 25th January.
You get a tour of the jail with a Medium as well as the movie too.

Brown Willy – Bodmin Moor
Cornwall’s highest Hill. There is a circular wallk of around 5 miles that takes in the summits of Rough Tor and Brown Willy. Amazing views!
Check out the walk and details on:

Eureka Escape – Penzance (have a Truro location too!
Open Monday to Thursday 11:30am till 10pm. Friday to Sunday 10am till 10pm
£40 for 2 people (The more people the more discount per person) Book online.
Exciting, interactive real-life escape rooms! Race against time to find clues and solve puzzles.
3 escape rooms to choose from… ‘Cabin Fever’, ‘The Nocturnal Alchemist’ and ‘Murder on the Night Riviera’.
Check out their Facebook for more details:

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Things to do in Cornwall – December 2017


Meet Father Christmas at Eden Project
24th November 2017 to 24th December 2017 (selected dates)
Booking is advised.
Meet Father Christmas and his Elves in their cosy camp to hear a magical tale.

The Winter Gift Fayre Truro
12th December 2017 to 17th December 2017
The market opens from 10am to 5pm and late on Wednesdays until 9pm
This is new to Truro. Experience the sights and smells of Christmas, and browse the yummy treats and gorgeous gifts

Heligan by Night
14th to 16th December 2017 and 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th December 2017
First entry is 5:30pm and last entry is 7:30pm
The art of illumination. This event is internationally renowned.
Tickets are £5 per person, children under 5 go free.

Truro’s Big Christmas Sing
15th December 2017
From 7:30pm, enjoy singing and carols

Santa Fun Run in Falmouth
16th December 2017
In aid of Cornwall Hospice Care.

Mousehole Christmas Lights
17th December 2017 to 6th January 2018
From 6pm till 11pm.
You have to experience this at least once in your life!
I recommend going on the 23rd of December, Tom Bawcock’s Eve, and head into the pub for one of their Stargazy Pie’s.
Note: there are no lights on the 19th of December.

Festival of Light and Sound
15th to 23rd December 2017 and 27th to 30th December 2017
5pm till 8pm
Watch the landscape transform with light projections, dramatic soundscapes and live music.

Bornefit Christmas Light Display
23rd December 2017
Starts 6pm
In aid of Children’s Hospice South West
Synchronised light show. Hot food, brass band and meet Santa!
There is also an open day at the Gym on the 23rd of December – Free Day Pass – why not head there and try it out for the day.

Truro New Years Eve Fireworks
31st December 2017
See in the New Year with Fireworks on Lemon Quay at Midnight